Celebrated broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah has admonished the Christian Council of Ghana to consider pushing the state to tax churches.
She believes that it will be a step in the right direction should the council that has in the past commented on issues of common interest turns its attention to this worthy course.
According to Nana Aba, the Christian Council of Ghana will be seen as having the nation’s development at heart should the call for member churches to pay tax.
“It’ll be great to see the Christian Council of Ghana push for the state to tax churches. That’s how we’ll know you deeply care about the development of Ghana,” she tweeted on the morning of February 16.
Reacting to it, some tweeps noted that there is no way the council will champion such a course especially when it will go against them.